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The stack exchange sites are sharing knowledge and an easy way of learning stuff. History is a subject where the matter differs according to the ideology, Then how this site will promote learning instead of arguments and discussions

Proposal: History

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While there are many moments in history that are under political and social debate, most major events in history are generally agreed upon by historians from different countries, especially in the Western world.

Programmers fight all day about various casing preferences, coding ideologies, and agile beliefs, yet Programming subjects are Stack Exchange's most valuable sites.

Generally the crowd of noobs and experts should be able to sniff out history that is not accepted by the mainstream and will downvote accordingly.

So I don't think there will be much trouble.

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